TWIN BROTHERS - 53 SCENES FROM A CHILDHOOD
Gustav and Oskar are twins, yet about as different as two people can be.
Fifty-three separate scenes feature the brothers as they grow up between the ages of nine to nineteen. 'Twin Brothers' is a film about leaving childhood behind. About the secrecy, openheartedness and pain that childhood involves, along with its many wonders. Life is not just a story. It's a collection of memorable moments and events.
Release: 2011 (Denmark)
Duration: 80 minutes
Genre: Documentary feature
Spoken language: Swedish
Director: Axel Danielson
Screenplay: Dins Danielson
Cinematography: Axel Danielson, Erik Hemmendorff and Mårten Hård
Editors: Nanna Frank Møller, Niels Pagh Andersen, Dins Danielson,
Mikel Cee Karlsson and Axel Danielson
Sound Design: Jan Alvermark
Producer: Erik Hemmendorff
Production Countries: Sweden and Denmark
Production Company: Plattform Produktion
Coproducers: Magic Hour Films, Film i Väst, SVT and Minerva Film
Produced with support from: The Danish Film Institute, The Swedish FIlm Institute, Konstnärsnämnden, and Nordic Film- & TV-Fund, DR and YLE.